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County H1N1 Clinic For ALL

| December 09, 2009, 10:19 AM | 4 Comments

H1N1 Program Expanded: Clinic On December 15, 2009

Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold announced that the County’s H1N1 Flu Vaccination Program has been expanded to include seniors and healthy adults.

In addition to the at-risk target groups initially recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, now the general population can get the vaccine as well. This will help to protect more County residents from the H1N1 flu virus.

Anne Arundel County Executive, John R. Leopold

The Anne Arundel County Department of Health will provide a free walk-in H1N1 flu vaccine clinic on Tuesday, December 15, from 10 a.m. to noon and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the Lower Level Conference Room of the Health Services Building, 3 Harry S. Truman Parkway, in Annapolis. Both flu shots and nasal spray will be available. Appointments are not required, and clinic hours are based on vaccine availability.

The H1N1 vaccine clinic is for everyone who wants to help prevent the H1N1 flu. This includes senior citizens, healthy adults 25-64, and especially people in these at risk target groups — pregnant women, young people 6 months to 24 years old, people who have chronic medical conditions and compromised immune systems, health care workers, emergency services personnel, and people who live with or provide care for infants less than 6 months old.

As the Department of Health receives more vaccine, more clinics will be scheduled. For up-to-date flu prevention and vaccine information, visit the Departments Web site, www.aahealth.org; call the Flu Information Line, 410-222-7343; or follow the Department through Twitter text messages on www.twitter.com/aahealth.

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  2. Janice says:

    One of my sisters got infected with H1N1 or more commonly known as Swine Flu. Fortunately, she did not have very high fever and she was able to recover fast .
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  3. If you look at the pandemic of 1977, when H1N1 or Swine Flu re-emerged after a 20 year absence, there is no shift in age-related mortality pattern. The 1977 “pandemic” is, of course, not considered a true pandemic by experts today, for reasons that are not entierely consistent. It certainly was an antigenic shift and not an antigenic drift. As far as I have been able to follow the current events, the most significant factor seems to have been that most people, who were severely affected, were people with other medical conditions.

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